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shipping for these components, labor to install
all of the above and sales tax. a $10,000 wind turbine could easily cost $30,000 or more installed.
might as well put the turbine high enough to
produce good power.
Q. Can I install a wind turbine and tower
While certainly not rocket science, there
are a number of skills required to correctly and
safely install a wind system. These range from
surveying the site for the tower and foundation
to electrical wiring and electronic trouble-shoot-ing skills to a good mechanical understanding
of how the system works. It is quite possible
that a Jack- or Jill-of-all-trades could safely and
successfully install a wind system, but it is not
advised for the weekend handyman or gal.
If you are interested in helping with the
project, ask your installer what you can do on
your own and where you might be able to lend
Q. Where can I find someone to install my
The best place to go for this information
is the manufacturer of the equipment you are
interested in purchasing. be cautious of companies that cannot recommend an installer or that
don’t have many installers to recommend. Contract with an installer close to where you live.
When you need help, you don’t want to have to
wait six months or more for your installer to get
back to your part of the country.
Q. How long will a wind turbine last?
That depends on how much you spend on
the system, who does the installation and how
it is maintained. Well-designed systems can last
for decades. If you buy based on price and look
for the cheapest equipment available, the system may last weeks or months. Quality comes
at a price.
The same holds for your installer. a good
relationship with an installer with a good reputa-
tion is well worth the money they charge.
Keep in mind that there is no such thing as a
maintenance-free wind turbine. While the system may not have any easily serviceable parts, all
wind systems need annual attention. This may
mean thorough inspections of the turbine, tower
and other components. If you ignore a wind system by never visiting it, it will eventually come
down to visit you, with catastrophic results.
It has often been said that the life expectancy
of a wind system is directly proportional to the
owner’s involvement with the system. There
are many involved owners out there who are
starting their third decade of enjoying wind-generated electricity. GS